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Toronto Flights

Toronto is served by Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), Canada’s premier airport. Handling more than 33 million passengers every year, this airport is almost twice as busy as Vancouver Airport and is the 30th busiest airport on the planet.

There are a number of airlines which offer flights to Toronto from the US, some of the major airlines include Delta, United and American. In addition, there are a number of budget airlines which operate flights to Toronto such as Porter and WestJet. On average, you can expect a flight from New York to Toronto to take just 1 hour and 30 minutes. A flight from Los Angeles to Toronto will take a significantly longer 5 hours and 15 minutes.

If you do not have any transfers prearranged, it is easy to travel from the airport to the city. The airport has a taxi and limousine service which can connect arrivals to their hotels. All fares within the Greater Toronto Area are preset which ensures that travelers are getting a good deal. Alternatively, the Express Bus is the cheapest way to get to downtown Toronto from the airport.

Flights to Toronto are most expensive during the summer months as this coincides with Toronto’s peak season. However, if you schedule your holiday between January and March, you can find some great deals on your flights. Take advantage of flight comparison websites in order to ensure that you are getting your flights for the very best deal.

Top Things to do in Toronto

Toronto is world famous for its many open-air parks and public spaces alongside excellent sanitation. One suggestion that is highly relevant is to enjoy the many Discovery Walks which regularly take place. These guided tours will inform the visitor about the unique origins of the city as well as some of its most important landmarks. There are more than 15 different paths to choose from and each is designated by a brown, circular sign. An alternative is to simply take a day and peruse such journeys at one’s leisure. These paths are also located conveniently close to many restaurants, bars and hotels.

Although not known to many, Toronto offers a few pristine beaches which are not to be missed during any stay. They are found within two main district. Not surprisingly, the neighborhood simply known as The Beaches is the most popular spot. Another stretch of sand is found within the Parkdale district. For those who are looking to experience a bit more seclusion, nearby Toronto Islands are the better option. As the water here is fresh, many prefer to bathe in the lake as opposed to oceanfront cities. There are few (if any) waves and the water is generally quite clean considering its proximity to a major urban center. As an expressway separates the beaches from the city, those with cars will have the most flexibility in terms of the choices to be enjoyed.

Kensington Market is a final region of the city that is certainly worth a visit. While at one time it was known as the Jewish quarter of Toronto, Kensington Market is now quite cosmopolitan and even downright bohemian. It has been compared to the East Village of New York City often and numerous open-air stalls and boutique shops abound. Due to the intricacy of this area, it is a good idea to spend a full day browsing its confines. Much of this area is designated to be completely free of all cars during the summer months. This will help to make the shopping experience even more pleasant.

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